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THE University of Portsmouth’s chaplaincy has received a satisfaction rating of 98 per cent in an international student survey – the highest received across the surveyed institutions.

Research carried out by the i-graduate website for its International Student Barometer also found that the chaplaincy – which offers a range of services to support students – received the highest satisfaction rating nationally, and within the Alliance Group of Universities.

In addition, Portsmouth received the highest rating of 90 per cent for its provision of worship facilities.

University chaplain, Reverend Andy Marshall, said: ‘These results reflect the resources the university has committed to supporting the spiritual, cultural and pastoral needs of international and UK students over recent years, and the hard work of the chaplaincy team.’